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Berry Production

Getting Started with Growing and Marketing Berries

If you’re exploring the idea of adding berries and bramble fruits to your farm, this course will help you consider all the aspects of this decision, from varieties and site selection all the way through profit potential and marketing.

Tues November 3, 2020, from 7–8:30 p.m. Eastern, and every Tuesday after that until the final webinar on Tuesday, December 8.

BF 122: Berry Production

Vegetable Production I

From Planning to Planting

This course helps new and aspiring vegetable producers answer basic questions about site, soil, and planning up through planting. Topics covered include soil health, crop layout and rotation, equipment, and financial aspects of vegetable production. Don’t miss BF 121: Vegetable Production II, the continuation of this course, which takes you through the growing season from planting to harvest.

Wed. November 4, 2020, from 7–8:30 p.m. and each Wednesday after that until the final webinar on Wednesday, December 9. 

BF 120: Vegetable Production I